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Planning Video Surveillance Camera Coverage and Understanding Camera Specifications

So you’ve been tasked with designing a video surveillance system. Whether it be a large commercial project or a residential job, your first step is determining the required degree of security and then…


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March 31, 2005

Getting in good with new homebuilders can be an efficient means to tap into a larger residential customer base. Many are eager to partner with reliable, professional security contractors that can help them provide homebuyers with structured wiring and related products and services. Find out if this market is right for you. February 28, 2005

Joe Freeman: Phone lines used by Regional Bell Operating Companies' (RBOCs) customers have dropped by almost 20 percent in the past four years, while Internet phone use tripled from 2003 to 2004 and is expected to continue to grow. September 30, 2004

Price wars, lower installation fees reducing profit margin for residential systems February 29, 2004

By Scott Goldfine · February 29, 2004

Deputy Brian Wondra was racing to save the day after an alarm went off in Scott County, Minn., when a big rig slammed into his vehicle, leaving him with injuries that nearly cost him his life. The incident turned even more tragic when Wondra learned he was responding to a false alarm. Now, Wondra tells his story and gives his views on the false alarm issue. February 29, 2004

Joe Freeman: With increased usage of PCs and the Internet, security dealers believe there will be a substantial increase in the sale of Internet protocol (IP) video systems within the next five years. September 30, 2002




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